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    Wtf, Tunnel/otero Canyon Open To Motorcycles Only?

    Is This True?

    I Did See A Map At The Ranger Station And Had The Trails Listed As Motorcycles Only....what's Up With That? Is It Illegal To Pedal Out There?

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    I smell a rat!

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    Didn't know HUSQVARNA made a bicycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greg de taos
    Didn't know HUSQVARNA made a bicycle.
    they make sewing machines, rifles and chainsaws....SPECIALIZED makes one fine mountain bike...mine is an EPIC.

    I ride dirt (mountainbike and dirt bike)....I don't even ride Cedro Peak on my Husky nor would I ride Otero or Tunnel on my Husky, to my knowledge they are designated mtb's....the other day I saw the map, so I figured you guys would know. The last thing I need is getting busted for riding my bicycle...I went through that crap with skateboards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greg de taos
    Didn't know HUSQVARNA made a bicycle.

    I don't think they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtChigger
    Is This True?

    I Did See A Map At The Ranger Station And Had The Trails Listed As Motorcycles Only....what's Up With That? Is It Illegal To Pedal Out There?
    Motorcycles ONLY???? Meaning You will get busted for hiking, horse riding, or even the dreaded cycling. Think you got some bad info there.

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    gibt mir mein Fahrrad zuruck

    Quote Originally Posted by Dualsporter
    I don't think they do.
    Like many motorcycle companies, bicycles preceded motorcycles. They started production of bicycles in 1896.



    They produce them for Monark now.
    See the trails, be one with FOO-MTB.
    Slow-core. -.. .-. .. -. -.- .... --- -- . -... .-. . .--

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    Quote Originally Posted by notaknob
    Like many motorcycle companies, bicycles preceded motorcycles. They started production of bicycles in 1896.



    They produce them for Monark now.

    That's pretty cool. Would love to get one of those!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualsporter
    That's pretty cool. Would love to get one of those!
    You still here Mr Moto. Want to go mtn biking with us?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbike52
    You still here Mr Moto. Want to go mtn biking with us?

    I'm still here and I've actually been riding both my MTB and dirt bike. It's amazing how much one skill translates to the other.

    But, I don't ride with groups. Never have. I like to ride my own ride and not have to worry about everyone else. More relaxing that way.

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    BTW, I actually do have a MTB. It's older and probably not anywhere close to what is out there now but it still moves when I turn the pedals. I think I bought it in 98? It's a Haro Escape.

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    Damn servers!

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